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11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router
ANSEL 2314
Wireless BroadBand Router

User Guide

Version 1.3
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  • Page 1: User Guide

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router ANSEL 2314 Wireless BroadBand Router User Guide Version 1.3...
  • Page 2 The information in this guide may change without notice. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any errors which may appear in this guide. Fast Ethernet is a trademark of XEROX Corporation. Microsoft, Windows and Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
  • Page 3 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Regulatory information / Disclaimers Installation and use of this Wireless LAN device must be in strict accordance with the instructions included in the user documentation provided with the product. Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 4: Ce Mark Warning

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Caution Statement of the FCC Radio Frequency Exposure This Wireless LAN radio device has been evaluated under FCC Bulletin OET 65C and found compliant to the requirements as set forth in CFR 47 Sections 2.1091, 2.1093, and 15.247(b)(4) addressing RF Exposure from radio frequency devices.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Introduction 1.1 Before You Start 1.2 System Requirement 1.3 How to Use this Guide Hardware Installation Product Description 2.1.1 Overview 2.1.2 Features 2.1.3 Front Panel 2.1.4 LEDs and Reset Button 2.1.5 Rear Panel 2.2 Installing the Router 2.2.1 Preparing for the installation 2.2.2 Getting Started Configuration...
  • Page 6 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.4.5 Backup 3.5 Setup the Advanced Features 3.5.1 LAN IP Setting 3.5.2 DHCP Setting 3.5.3 Firewall Setting 3.5.4 Privilege 3.5.5 Virtual Servers 3.5.6 Routing 3.5.7 WAN MAC Address Clone 3.5.8 DDNS Setting 3.5.9 MAC Control 3.6 Configuring your PCs to Connect to the Router Specifications 4.1 Technical Specifications...
  • Page 7: Before You Start

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 1: Introduction The Wireless Internet Broadband Router combines the technology of Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN, providing the home or small office users the Cable/DSL access to the Internet via cord and cordless connection. At the same time, integrated with the firewall and 128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) Encryption, the Wireless Internet Broadband Router allows multiple users to share one Internet connection while ensuring the safety and security of the packet flow.
  • Page 8: How To Use This Guide

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 1.3 How to Use this Guide This guide is structured as follows: Chapter 2, Hardware Installation explains the function of the router and how to physically install it. Chapter 3, Configuration explains how to set up and modify the configuration of the router with its Web-based utility.
  • Page 9: Hardware Installation

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 2: Hardware Installation 2.1 Product Description This chapter describes the features and functions of the router and shows how to physically install it. 2.1.1 Overview As the interface between WAN and LAN, the Wireless Internet Broadband Router combines the technology of Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.11b Wireless LAN, providing the home and small office users the broadband access to the internet via cord and cordless connection.
  • Page 10: Front Panel

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Enables outside users to access the internal IP servers via Internet. Compatible with virtually all standard Internet applications Compatible with all standard internet application Enables administrators to block specific interior users’ Internet access 2.1.3 Front Panel The front panel of the router has 3 LEDs for each 10/100 Mbps ports, and three Module Status LEDs at the left.
  • Page 11 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Table 2-2 10/100 Port Status LED Functionality Color Lights to indicate a functional network link through the corresponding port with an attached device. Green Link/Act Blinks to indicate that the router is actively sending or receiving data over that port.
  • Page 12: Rear Panel

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 2.1.5 Rear Panel The rear panel of the router has one Reset button at the left. At the right area are the Internet and LAN ports and a power connector. Figure 2-2 shows rear panels of these routers.
  • Page 13: Installing The Router

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 2.2 Installing the Router This section will discuss what you should do before connecting your router to the network and how to physically install it. 2.2.1 Preparing for Installation Before you start to connect your router to any network device, make sure you get the following values from your ISP.
  • Page 14: Getting Started

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 2.2.2 Getting Started You may complete the following steps to install your Wireless Internet Broadband Router when you have all the information mentioned above on hand. Step 1. Power all devices down. This should include your PCs, Cable or DSL modem and the Router.
  • Page 15: Configuring The Wireless Access Point Router

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3: Configuration 3.1 Configuring the Wireless Access Point Router Once you’ve done with the hardware installation, you may start to configure your system. Note that this high-speed Wireless Router has an internal integrated-circuit chip that programs all the administrative utility. The utility can be accessed by any PC on the network at http://192.168.1.1 .
  • Page 16: The Setup Wizard

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Note: If you have completed the basic configuration of the router, you may refer to Section 3.6 Configuring your PCs to Connect to the Router to configure the PCs that you plan to connect to the Router. 3.2 The Setup Wizard Figure 3-3 shows the page that you will see once you have accessed to the Utility.
  • Page 17: Pppoe Connection For Wan

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-3 The “Home” page of the Utility Menu Screen 3.2.1 PPPoE Connection for WAN If your ISP uses PPPoE (Point-to-Point Over Ethernet) to establish communications with end-users, you will receive information such as User Name and Password from them.
  • Page 18 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router - Max Idle Time The Max Idle time is the amount of time you would like to pass before the Router drops your Internet connection due to inactivity. Enter zero (0) in the field to remain Internet connection on at all time.
  • Page 19: Fixed Ip For Wan

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.2.2 Fixed IP for WAN If your ISP has assigned your home a static IP address (See Appendix A About Static and Dynamic IP Address), you may connect to the Internet by using a fixed, or static address.
  • Page 20 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-7 Cable/DSL Setup Menu Step 3 Enter the DNS Address. (See Figure 3-8 DNS Menu Screen) Your ISP should provide you with at least one DNS IP Address. If not, contact your ISP. Figure 3-8 DNS Menu Screen...
  • Page 21: Pptp For Wan

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.2.3 PPTP For WAN Step 1 Choose “YES” when you see the question: (See Figure 3-5 Cable/DSL Setup Menu) Has your Internet Service Provider given you static IP address? Then select “PPTP”. Step 2 Click “Next>>”, and then the following screen will appear. Enter the information of “PPTP Account”, “PPTP Password”, and “...
  • Page 22: Dynamic Ip For Wan

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-10 PPTP Settings Screen 3.2.4 Dynamic IP for WAN If you did not receive any values such as fixed IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and Primary DNS IP address from your ISP, choose the “NO” option in both Figure 3-4 Cable/DSL Setup Menu Screen and Figure 3-8 DNS Menu Screen.
  • Page 23: Dns

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router See Figure 3-11 Alias IP Setup. Note that this function is effective only when your ISP supports it. If you want to delete the entered IP address, pull down the IP address and highlight the IP address you want to delete. Click Delete this entry. Then this IP address will be deleted.
  • Page 24: Wireless Configuration

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Address. If not, contact your ISP. Figure 3-12 DNS 3.2.7 Wireless Configuration You can access this screen at any time by clicking the Wireless button. (See Figure 3-13 Wireless Configuration Screen)
  • Page 25 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-13 Wireless Configuration Screen • ESSID: All Wireless devices in your Network must use the same ESSID. Make sure that this field reflects the correct ESSID for your network. • Channel No: All Wireless devices in your Network must use the same ESSID. Make sure that this field reflects the correct channel for your network.
  • Page 26: Time Zone

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 128-bit shared key algorithm will increase network security. However, you may experience decreased network performance when using a 128-bit shared key algorithm. You may disable the encryption feature. • Default Key: Select the algorithm key to be used in your 40-bit or 128-bit WEP-enabled wireless Network.
  • Page 27: Browsing The Status

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.3 Browsing the Status 3.3.1 Status This screen provides the current information of the device. All of the information provided is read-only. (See Figure 3-15 Status Menu Screen) Router Name: You will see the name of this device in this field. Firmware Version: You will see the installed version of the firmware.
  • Page 28: Wireless Status

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-15 Status Menu Screen 3.3.2 Wireless Status This screen shows the setting status of the Wireless Channel. Figure 3-16 Wireless Status Screen...
  • Page 29: Dhcp Table

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.3.3 DHCP Table This table shows the number of clients who exist on your DHCP pool and their information such as MAC Address, Computer name and IP Address. Figure 3-17 shows the DHCP Table Screen. Figure 3-17 DHCP Table Screen 3.3.4 Routing Table You will see the current routing configuration such as the address of Destination LAN IP,...
  • Page 30: Ddns Status Screen

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-18 Routing Table Menu Screen 3.3.5 DDNS Status Screen This router supports the DDNS service allowing you to use one specific DNS name while the actual IP address changes. You can see the Dynamic DNS status from this screen.
  • Page 31: Viewing The Tools

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.4 Viewing the Tools 3.4.1 System Log You can acquire the information of the system in this screen, including the time, the type and the message.
  • Page 32: Hacker Log

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-20 System Log 3.4.2 Hacker Log You can detect the intrusion from this screen. This screen shows the information of the unauthorized access request to your network. See Figure 3-21 Hacker Log Menu Screen. Figure 3-21 Hacker Log Menu Screen...
  • Page 33: Reset

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.4.3 Reset You have two options to reset your Router. If you choose “Restart”, the router will reboot yet retain all the previous configuration settings. On the other hand, if you choose “Restore Factory Settings”, the Router will remove all the previous settings and go back to the factory state.
  • Page 34: Backup

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-23 Upgrade Menu Screen 3.4.5 Backup You can save the current configuration file to your PC or restore the configuration from Figure 3-24 Backup Menu Screen 3.5 Setup the Advanced Features Once you’ve configured the basic settings discussed in section 3.2, you may move to the settings of Advanced Features.
  • Page 35: Lan Ip Setting

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Advanced Features by clicking the “Advanced Features” button on the left column of the page. 3.5.1 LAN IP Setting The LAN IP and Subnet Mask of the router are the values seen by the users on their internal network.
  • Page 36: Firewall Setting

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router button. DHCP Setting: Do you want to enable DHCP Server on this router? Click the “Enable” option to enable the DHCP server. Note that you can’t have two DHCP servers on the network at the same time. Set the router’s DHCP option to “Disable”...
  • Page 37 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Remote Management makes you be able to manage the router from Internet. DMZ Host IP Addresses can allow one local user to be exposed to the Internet, as local user wish to use some special-purpose service such as Internet game or Video-conferencing.
  • Page 38: Privilege

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Your can choose the WAN IP set up previously in 3.2.4 Alias IP Setup as your IP address. You can enter the desired IP address number in the blank of the LAN IP. 3.5.4 Privilege Privilege setting allows you to keep certain PCs on your network from accessing to the Internet.
  • Page 39: Virtual Servers

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-29 Privilege Menu Screen 3.5.5 Virtual Servers You can set up public services on your network by configuring the values in the Virtual Servers Setting menu. You may assign certain IP addresses as the destination of the network information.
  • Page 40 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 4. Enter the IP Address of the server that you want the Internet users to be able to access. 5. Configure as many entries as you would like until all the link entries are filled. 6.
  • Page 41: Routing

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-31 Virtual Server Setting Menu Screen (With WAN Address) 3.5.6 Routing Static Routing: You may set up a static route if your want to connect your router to more than one network. A static route is a pre-determined pathway that network information must travel to reach a specific host or network.
  • Page 42 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Destination LAN IP You can create a static route by entering the IP address of the remote host or network. If you wish to build a route to the entire network, be sure to set the network portion of the IP address to zero (0).
  • Page 43 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-32 Static Routing and Dynamic Routing Menu Screen 3.5.7 WAN MAC Clone Enter the MAC Address if your ISP can be accessed by one specific PC’s Ethernet MAC address. (See Figure 3-33 WAN MAC Address Clone) Click Restore MAC Address to return to the default set.
  • Page 44: Ddns Setting

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-33 WAN MAC Address Clone 3.5.8 DDNS Setting Setting the Dynamic DNS allows others to access your FTP or Web service on your computer using DNS-like address. DDNS Status: Choose Enabled to enable it or Disabled to ignore. Retry Time: It allows the router to make the connection again in the period you set.
  • Page 45 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure 3-34 DDNS Setting Screen...
  • Page 46: Mac Control

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.5.9 MAC Control This feature allows you to block certain specific PCs accessing your ISP. Figure 3-35 MAC Control Screen...
  • Page 47: Configuring Your Pcs To Connect To The Router

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 3.6 Configuring your PCs to Connect to the Router Before you start to configure other PCs to accept the IP address that your Router will provide, make sure the network card or adapter has been successfully installed into each PC you planed to connect to the Router.
  • Page 48 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Step 5 Click Properties button, then choose IP Address tab. Select Obtain an IP address automatically. Press OK. You have completed the client settings. (See Figure 3-37) Note: Windows may ask you for original Windows installation files, supply them as needed.
  • Page 49: 4: Specifications

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 4: Specifications 4.1 Technical Specifications Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11b CSMA/CD, PPPoE, PPP, PPTP Client, ARP, DHCP Client Protocol and Server, TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, RIP1/RIP2, DNS Proxy, Dynamic DNS, SNTP Four 10/100 Mbps LAN ports Ports One 10/100 Mbps WAN ports RJ-45 connector...
  • Page 50: Environmental Information

    11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router 4.2 Environmental Information 170 x 185 x 27 mm Dimensions Unit Weight 637g Power DC 5V/2A Operating Temperature 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F) Storage Temperature -40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) 20% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Operating Humidity Storage Humidity 20% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing...
  • Page 51 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Figure4-1: Diagram of Straight Through Cables Figure4-2: Diagram of Crossover Cables Diagram...
  • Page 52 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Appendix A: About Static and Dynamic IP Address A static IP address is an IP address that is assigned to a computer by an Internet service provider to be its permanent address on the Internet. It is normally used in the computer networks, where computers are connected all the times.
  • Page 53 11Mbps Wireless Internet Broadband Router Appendix B: Warranty Statement We provide this limited warranty for its product only to the person or entity who originally purchased the product from us or its authorized reseller or distributor. We guarantee that equipment is free from physical defects in workmanship and material under normal use from the date of original retail purchase of the Hardware.

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